Ernest and Clarence Iverson
Recordings by Ernest and Clarence Iverson, who were better known under their stage names of Slim Jim and the Vagabond Kid.
NOTES: Ernest Iverson's 1931 songbook included "They Go Wild Over Me", an adaptation of "The Popular Wobbly", which in turn was a parody of the 1917 song "They Go Wild Simply Wild Over Me". The author of "The Popular Wobbly" was the Finnish-American labor activist T-Bone Slim. The 1931 book also had Iverson's adaptation of Robert Service’s "The Men Who Don't Fit In". Ernest and Clarence Iverson recorded three songs by Carson Robison: "Oh, Why Did I Get Married", "What Are You Squawking About" and "Peg Leg Jack".
Tracks 01-24: Ernest Iverson
Tracks 25-25: Ernest and Clarence Iverson
Tracks 26-31: Clarence Iverson
Tracks 32-36: various artists